Source: Turner, A.J. could return to Bolts
There seems to be a lot of waffling on the future of San Diego coach Norv Turner, and, according to a source close to the organization, there’s good reason. He believes that Turner and general manager A.J. Smith will be retained. Of course, that’s not set in concrete. Nothing is this time of year. But it’s the first tangible sign that both will return next season. Turner has two years left on his contract at $3 million per, and Smith has three years left at $2 million per season. According to the source, he believes that ownership is reluctant to fire each or both, then have to pay them.
But there’s more to it than that. Quarterback Philip Rivers is a big fan of Turner and voiced his support Sunday for his embattled head coach. Owner Dean Spanos is reluctant to fire Turner, too, one reason he wants time to sit on the decision.
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